Cellular tissue

(Anat.) See conjunctive tissue under Conjunctive.
(Bot.) Tissue composed entirely of parenchyma, and having no woody fiber or ducts.

See also: Cellular, Cellular

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And the botanist who finds that the apple falls because the cellular tissue decays and so forth is equally right with the child who stands under the tree and says the apple fell because he wanted to eat it and prayed for it.
An eminent physiologist accounts for the presence of rudimentary organs, by supposing that they serve to excrete matter in excess, or injurious to the system; but can we suppose that the minute papilla, which often represents the pistil in male flowers, and which is formed merely of cellular tissue, can thus act?
Both from Chiba Prefecture underwent needle biopsies, in which cellular tissue is collected by piercing the breast with a needle.
The organization provides cellular tissue processing, including fresh skin allografts for severe burns, flesh cartilage tissue for joint repair and adult mesenchymal stem cells.
Grafix is a bandage embedded with unmodified and uncultured cellular tissue derived from human placentas and other growth factors.
Trauma imprints in our cellular tissue and we hold it there, whether or not we're aware of it: she explains.
In addition, the lime supplies calcium needed by plants to build firm cellular tissue.
Once this pathway is activated, tumour cells thrive much faster, get rid of their ties within the cellular tissue and subsequently settle down as metastasis at various sights throughout the body.
Contributors from the US, Europe, and Canada describe advances in imaging and mapping strategies for studying the brain's structure and function and the relationship between them, from the whole brain to the molecular and cellular tissue level.
In his 2002 book, Synaptic Self, Joseph LeDoux explains how unlike other cells in the human organism, neurons-the cellular tissue of the brain-have nerve endings that communicate instantaneously with other brain cells to achieve a common, integrative outcome.
Gracq's main register is metaphoric, and his sentences have a powerhouse quality about them: "Every time I reopen Remembrance of Things Past, I am more sensitive to the primacy of the material over the architecture, of the cellular tissue over the differentiated organ, of the density of the verbal flow over the free air of space accorded to the characters, of the concrete duration of reading over the figurative time of the narrative.
Under a microscope, strands of the fungal lurker can be seen curving through the brickwork of plant cellular tissue.

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